Photovoltaic Solar Energy

Date of Publication: Mar 26, 2014
Solar Wafers or photovoltaic panels have been used for a long time to generate green energy from sunlight. Photovoltaic units are made of materials that can be electrically activated on the exposure of sunlight. The global solar wafer market is attracting increasing R&D investments and the new functionalities along with technical innovations are driving the market growth. The report analyzes and presents an overview of Solar Wafers market worldwide and also provides a review of market trends in several regional markets including China, the United States, and Europe.

Date of Publication: Mar 25, 2014
A Dye Sensitized Solar Cell is a kind of thin film solar cell that involves an easy and low-cost cell manufacturing process. Dye Sensitized Solar Cells are...

Date of Publication: Mar 17, 2014
The recent announcement of dye sensitized cells (DSCs) based on perovskite material that provide a 15 percent efficiency shows that DSCs could be about to...

Date of Publication: Feb 13, 2014
Microinverters and DC optimizers (collectively known as module-level power electronics, or MLPE) comprise one of the newest and fastest-growing sectors in the solar industry. The product segment surpassed 1 GW of annual volume and over 2 GW of cumulative installed capacity in 2013, just four years after the first contemporary products entered the market. While initially considered a niche solution for residential or shaded rooftops, the category has consistently expanded its appeal, to the point where nearly half of the MLPE category’s volume is in the commercial-scale market, particularly for DC optimizers. The module-level electronics providers have done this by evolving their value proposition while simultaneously reducing product costs.

Date of Publication: Feb 10, 2014
The report firstly introduced Solar Silicon Wafer basic information included Solar Silicon Wafer definition classification application industry chain...

Date of Publication: Jun 19, 2013
The global PV industry's recent past has seen wafer, cell, and module suppliers at the mercy of an inhospitable supply-demand imbalance throughout the global market. With supply consistently 200% of demand annually, c-Si module prices have fallen approximately 70% in two years. One positive externality of this cutthroat pricing is that manufacturing costs have fallen in line with pricing declines. This is mostly because pricing for key inputs further up the value chain has also fallen as a result of overcapacity and consequent margin evaporation.

Date of Publication: Jun 10, 2013
2013 Deep Research Report on China PV Power System Industry was a professional and depth research report on China PV Power System Industry. Firstly the...